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. workers cleaning up a big mess in the peninsula and search for the source of two water main breaks. >> it's who dealing with an advisory. >> and the effort to keep the bay area's most at risk population warm in these chilly temperatures. >> and a bomb shell revelation. the scandal causing the head of the cia to resign. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now.
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this is mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday november 10th. >> a cold start to the day. let's check in with rosemary and get a quick look at your saturday. >> reporter: good morning. most of us in the 40s but i will direct you to the north bay. the valley locations. that's where we find the advisory. take a look at how widespread it is. down the valley and into the bay. here at home it'll last through eight this morning so we have another hour to go. widespread. we will look around at your current conditions coming up. >> happening right now two water mains busted open in a peninsula neighborhood, water went down the street causing an early morning messw. are live in palo alto to show you the clean up. >> right now the utility workers have their equipment out in the middle of the
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street. you cane this bulldozer piece of equipment scooping up the mess that the two water main breaks caused. off to the right over here you can see a jackhammer ready. they will be digging drilling in to the street to get to the source of the water main break. it happened at 2:45 this morning. you can see right behind that jackhammer that the water is still flowing. they haven't been able to shut it off and it appears according to the utility workers there are two sources of this water main break. one right here right above the bricks, the other on the other side of the street where you saw that bulldozer scooping up some of the water. appears there are two water mains that may have broken. at least one family woke up to find water seeping into their home. the house most affected is onto corner. the family had to call in specialists early this morning to clean up the mess. >> seeped in through the
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walls, a little bit in the living room, office and some -- some bedroom spaces. >> reporter: utility workers aren't sure how the water mains broke. they say it may be because of the cold weather but that's something they will have to investigate once they find the source of the two breaks. until they get the water mains sealed off people in the neighborhood may not have water service this morning, something to be aware of and obviously as the construction workers and the utility workers do some of their work here cleaning things up this road is going to remain closed for most of the morning. live in palo alto. >> homeless activists worry people on the streets will get sick because of colder than normal weather. >> hey, you want blankets in hey, how you doing? i meet you last year didn't i? >> reporter: last night they passed out blankets near happy hollow park. some of the homeless can't get
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into shelters and will have to stay at the camp. one was grateful for the blankets after someone damaged her tent. >> take it day by day. then the blankets; they help a lot. >> you pass out blankets and that's -- just, just a band-aid but a solution is building housing. >> reporter: homeless activists estimate 70 people die every year from exposure to cold. >> police are searching for a person who killed a teen in east oakland last night. witnesses say a car pulled up next to the victim's vehicle in the fruitvale district. the gunman if got out and fired several rounds in to the vehicle. the male victim was in his late teens. police have not yet released his name. a young man is recovering after he was hit by a bullet in a drive by shooting overnight in east palo alto. the 23-year-old was in a car
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with friends when another vehicle drove past and shot at them. this happened just before midnight. the victim is at a hospital in stable condition. no arrests have been made. a new occupy camp has popped up on the berkeley campus, protesters put up tents yesterday, a year after campus police broke up a camp set up to protest tuition hikes. last year police used batons to remove the protesters, they accused the officers of excessive force. >> it's the shake up in washington that nobody saw coming. the director of the cia stepped down because of an affair. nicole collins has more. >> reporter: cia director stepping down, admitting he had an affair. the retired four star general saying in a letter that such
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behavior is unacceptable both as a husband and as the leader of an organization such as this. >> he has led america through some very, very, very difficult times. i think many of us are surprised that these kind of things happen. >> reporter: the general's affair with his biographer was revealed in the course of an fbi investigation. she was with him in afghanistan from july 2010 to july 2011. he was been married for nearly 40 years. they met when he was a cadet at west point. he led a 37 year career in the army eventually leading the military campaigns in iraq and afghanistan. the president issuing i statement saying that my thoughts and prayers are with the couple. i wish them the best at this difficult time. the general was sworn in as cia
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director in september 2011. he resigned day as head of key hear uppings about the libya terror attack. >> we should have the general testify. if not this week then soon after because i don't see how we could put the picture together without him. >> reporter: a senate committee aid said cia deputy director who now serves as acting director of the agency will testify in place of the general on thursday. in washington. >> we are more details on the investigation that led to the resigning. according to reports the fbi got a tip about the affair and started investigating to determine whether it posed a security risk. the general is not accused of any wrongdoing. the concern was he could be blackmailed or put into a at risk spot. now there is speculation about who is going to replace him as head of the cia.
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one of the names is former southern california congresswoman, jane harmon. she is a democrat who was a ranking member of the house intelligence committee. she resigned from her post last year to be head of the woodrow wilson center. >> a woman who mosted comments about the president said she is not a racist. after the election the 22-year- old posted on her facebook page a racial slur and the words, maybe he will get assassinated this term. she delete that message and later said she was stating her opinion. her employer has fired her. the case has been turned over to the secret service. some are now returning to restore the jersey shore nearly two weeks after sandy, those who used to live in the area got to return home for the first time yesterday. they were taken by bus to their
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former homes in seaside heights where they had an hour to pack what they could. some of them say they were not prepared for what they saw. >> you have a list and you are prepared to get what you want but you -- you spend like -- 15 minutes just devastated, just trying to look to see what's on the floor. >> reporter: at the main staging center in tom's river new jersey a company has been making restore the shore t- shirts to raise money for schools and shelters. more buses will take people in to the disaster zone each day through tuesday. occupy wall street finds a new cause. helping, the victims of sandy. see how their relief effort is helping people get the supplies they need coming up at 7:17. >> it's hard to imagine we had warm weather just at the beginning of the week. >> short time. >> already another cold morning and rosemary watching the temperatures for us. will it warm up? >> it'll feel a lot like what we felt yesterday where you
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have the jacket on, you feel good, you take it off and you need it again because it's cold. this morning a bone chilling cold for some, especially over the north bay valley locations. if you are just joining us a frost advisory for the area lasting until eight. we have generally light winds picking up gusts over the east bay hills. that has helped keep the temperatures in the 40s in the east bay. over parts of the authority bay where it's calm we are looking at 30s. the calm conditions, prevent any searching of the atmosphere so that cold air settles to the bottom of the valley floor. 34 in areas napa, 35 fairfield. a chilly start and where you see the dark blue is where we have the frost advisory. 40s even touching 50 in oakland and san francisco. mostly clear sykes, any heat from the surface allowed yesterday has fled back into the atmosphere and we are dealing just a cool cool morning. the satellite radar, got to point out the possibility of
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maybe a stray shower, we are on the back edge of this system and as it pushes through, still seeing a few showers in the sierra. snow showers expected there through the morning hours. if you are getting away for the weekend and we have rain just east of clear lake into the sacramento valley. partly cloudy skies there. we are dealing this just through the morning hours and then it's out. we are mainly dry, mostly clear skies and it's a cool cool start, afternoon highs will be below average from five to ten degrees. it'll feel cool, sunset at 5:02 and the chilly weather will return in to the evening with the possibility of a frost advisory going on tomorrow morninga as well. 58 degrees for your afternoon today in santa rosa, 59 for san rafael. 58 berkeley. upper 50s san francisco as well as oakland, maybe headed to the ice rink, the afternoon there going to be sunny and cool. 61 san jose. 62 morgan hill. afternoon breeze from the
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northwest, from five to 15 miles an hour. that could add to the cooling as well. definitely keep that jacket handy for the weekend. 30s as we start the morning, upper other's, low 60's in the afternoon. partly cloudy on monday. slightly warmer into tuesday. that next round of rain comes your way. we will track thawing now and then. if you are going to be out and about i have the lunchtime numbers coming up. >> the rain, let's talk about the snow because the sierra is covered in snow this morning. let's take you out there. check that picture out. a late fall season storm has dumped up to a foot and half of snow in some areas. the picture you are looking at it live from the caltrans traffic camera on interstate 80 at soda springs. that's the eastbound direction but you can see the westbound on top of as they move along up there. they are going very slow. obviously when you have a road that looks like that things can look dangerous and temperatures were well below freezing. that could cause issues, talk
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about issues, look at these pictures? chains required on 80 east of baxter, they are required on highway 50 from twin bridges to myers and el dorado. the extreme conditions have caused accidents, many involved cars are getting stuck in the snow or like that one just skidding off the road. skiers and snow boaters are getting ready to hit the slopes. squaw valley sent these pictures of their preparations, they have received a foot of new snow. they and alpine plan to open on wednesday november 21st. just in time for the thanksgiving weekend. >> police officer killed in the line of duty but not a criminal who fired the fatal shot. the story that has a police department in mourning. >> and a tribute to the first man on the moon and why you can leave your cash at home if you are headed to the state park this weekend. >> and a live look outside.
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that's the approach to the bay bridge right there. pretty calm on this saturday morning. time now 7:13. you are watching mornings on 23.
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. a beautiful shot, of the sun right there over the bay area. it's a bit nippy, low 30s to low 40s across the area. >> a bay area highway patrol officer killed in the line of duty was remembered in a special evening. thea night of drinks, dinner and dancing in honor of the officer. he was shot during a traffic stop along 680 on september 4th. his widow said the event warmed her heart. >> overwhelmed with how much
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people have shown their love and sore. i think my husband would be touched by it. he would be happy to seat community he loved served so much has reached out in this way. >> 90 people signed up for the 50-dollar a plate fundraiser. all of the money raised will go to the widow and her four children. >> an officer in colorado mistakenly shot and killed another officer. james davies was shot and killed responding to calls about a prowler early friday morning. police say he was wearing a uniform and protective vest when he was killed. there were several officers on the scene which police described as choatic. >> he was in one yard i believe the backyard of that house. there were other officers on the other side of the fence. he was mistaken, he was seen and mistaken for an attacker
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with a gun. >> reporter: the officer who shot him is reportedly having a difficult time with the officer's death. the officer was a six year veteran of the department. he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> the occupy movement started as a protest but is now being used to help those affected by sandy. volunteers are occupy sandy are sorting donations in berkeley. they jump started the effort to help storm victims. they mobilized through social media. >> twitter is our native language so we talked to each other as things were going on and each stepped up in the way they could help. >> occupy sandy is using the church as their main center and phone bank. they posted supplies they need online and then send volunteers. many people in neighborhoods like rocca way and red hook still don't have heat or power
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and feel they have been abandoned. >> gas rationing in new york city and long island seems to be working lines now shorter and people don't appear to be as frustrated. driver was license plates in odd and even numbers alternating days they can fill up. officials say many supply terminals remain shut down or limited following the storm and aaa said drivers are filling up more because they are afraid gas won't be available. the president will travel to new york next week to see how the recovery effort is coming along. he will meet with storm victims and first responders on thursday. new york officials say the damage from sandy in their state alone could total $33 billion. >> now that the election is over the health care law will be a main topic of discussion between republicans and democrats. the gop hoped to repeal the act but with the president winning the election both parties have indicated its time to fine tune
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the policy. areas they will look at include stabilizing health care costs, and making easier for people to find affordable plans. more than 40 million don't have health insurance. >> the city of san francisco is preparing to help provide and pay for sex change operations for those without insurance. they will spend the next several months setting up the guidelines. some say they are divided on whether the city should pay for sexual reassignment. >> it's -- more of a choice, and it should be spent on other more pressing health matters. >> it's helped me to find a way to improve my quality of life. sometimes it's really a matter of life and death. >> the city said it already provides primary care, mental health services and hormone th
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era py. the surgeries could be added in a year. >> thousands of registered bay area nurses are planning to strike next week. it includes nurses at eight sutter health hospitals in the bay area and two hospitals  associated with the hospital corporation of america. both groups plan to walk out on tuesday with the sutter nurses continuing to strike wednesday. the unions say they are upset about patient care conditions and contract disputes. we have made a map showing the eight sutter hospitals that will be affected. they are marked here in red. . >> there are a lot of events being held this veteran's day weekend. the rotc program at the university of san francisco is hosting a fun run this morning. it's a four mile run or walk around the lake that starts at eight. that run races money for the rotc and awareness for veterans
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issues. there is also a veterans event on the hornet in alameda. it's a tribute to neil armstrong the first man on the moon who died in august. the event is set to start at 1:00 p.m. and national monument in marin is letting people in for free. they are stopping weekend fees all weekend in recognition of current and former servicemen and women. in fact all national parks are going to be free this weekend. veteran's day is tomorrow. >> sounds fantastic. the only problem is that parking there, especially at muir woods so go early. pricey, the pieces of debris starting to wash uon bay area beaches. where they are starting to turn up and the million dollar boat it's believed they came from. >> outside the doors it's mostly clear and cold. i will vai timeline of your weather cast for saturday coming up.
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. happy saturday morning. we wanted to give you a live look at this veteran's day parade. this is fayetteville north carolina. you can see the band making their way down the street this morning. as to be expected in a veteran's day parade there will be several branches of the military represented as veterans go marching down the street. obviously this parade, just one of many big veteran's day celebrations, going on around the country this weekend. >> the health department in monterey county is warning people to stay out of the ocean. storm drain runoff at county beaches could push the amount of bacteria or chemicals in the water to dangerous levels. health officials say if you could possibly get sick if you do swim in it. >> more pieces are turning up of a boat that crashed in october. remnants have been washing up on beaches and some of them are as large as three feet.
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we took pictures of the eight million dollar boat when it capsized. volunteers and members of the racing team have been holding clean up drives. pieces may be used to build another yacht. >> i was on the water yesterday for a boat ride and it was a chilly morning out there. let's go to rosemary and see how warm it'll get. >> i bet it was chilly. good morning to you. any outdoor plans early on this morning. bundle up. it's a chilly one out there. 40s, even 30s over parts of the north bay. looka the pithing over the north bay valley location cans, with the frost advisory for the next half hour or so. widespread 40s, upper 40s san francisco as well as oakland. by lunchtime mostly sunny skies, feeling better but still in the 50s. here is a look at the afternoon highs for your neighborhood. 59 in san rafael as well as oakland. inland east bay upper 50s to
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low 60's for livermore. how about the south bay? san francisco for the afternoon. 57, the extended forecast little improvement, slightly warmer tomorrow afternoon as we get into monday we may finally notice a bit of a change but it doesn't last, by tuesday, wednesday, wet weather returns to the area. back to you. >> south bay woman killed inside her home. the man police are looking for and his possible connection to the victim. >> and another promise of compromise by democrats and republicans as they try to revert a looming fiscal crisis. >> and they have been without power for almost two weeks and this morning there is more bad news.
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. a water gushing out of pipes in a peninsula neighborhood. that has some residents wake up this morning to flooded streets. good morning. well bump back to mornings on two. >> good morning. water from two broken mains flowed for hours and how removing all that mess could take all day long. we are live in palo alto where clean up efforts are already underway. >> reporter: and they have made a lot of progress and it looks like they have actually found the source of the two water main breaks and have sealed them off because now you just see them cleaning up. you don't see water gushing out
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of the pavement. a half hour ago we could see some of the water bubbling up from the broken bricks and then gushing through the gutters out here. now you can see the water source has been capped off. now they have the big pieces of construction equipment cleaning up and also this looks like this will vacuum up a lot of the water that's still pool ifed ed up. let's show you the video. this water main break, they believe there were two, one on opposite sides of the street started at 2:45 this morning. utility workers believe there were two because there were two sources of water bubbling up. they estimate the two mains were between eight to ten inches wide. at least one family woke up to water gushing in to their home. it's on the corner of walnut where the water was coming out. they called in a specialist early this morning to help them clean up. >> sot water just came, came out through the street and it came through the house just to
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the back . >> reporter: now while utility workers finish up work here people in the neighborhood may have interruptions to their water service. this is the area, you see a -- huge truck that looks like it has a big vacuum that will sick up -- suck up some of the water. i asked what may have crossed the break. they said they aren't sure. it could have been because of the cold weather. if you look off to the left you can sea it was very cold here early this morning because on the rooftop here actually -- pan over to the houses here, you can see still frost on the roofs out here. obviously cold temperatures, you can still see my breath as i speak. they don't know, utility workers aren't sure if the cold temperatures may have contributed to the two water main breaks, they are still investigating what may have caused it. live in palo alto. >> there is there is a manhunt
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for a man wanted for murder. he is on the run in a gray 2006 chevrolet. neighbors said that he was married to a woman who matches the description of the woman killed at that house you are looking at yesterday morning. police say a 911 call was made from the house just after 5:30 but officers didn't arrive until seven because they were dealing life threatening situations at scenes of some car crashes. >> those are higher priority calls. the initial 911 call there was nothing said and no answer on call back. >> police say they received two nonemergency calls reporting a disturbance at same house two days before the homicide. they say someone called back to cancel the call. they are still investigating each call. >> new stats show antioch is not becoming a safer place to live. violent and property crimes are up 44%, arrests are down 17% from a year ago. the police chief said that the
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department doesn't have money hire more officers and the average response time is 11 minutes. >> i think the community realizes what's going on but they don't know what to do about it. they feel helpless, they feel frustrated. i think its time for our community to -- launch a campaign. >> antioch police have arrested two people in connection to a homicide thursday night. even so, frustrated and concerned residents have gun circulating petitions to allow citizens to carry loaded hand guns. the department does plan to hire extra officers. >> san francisco police have arrested a third man for vandalizing eye bus the night the giants won the world series. the suspect. a 24-year-old adam diaz is an oakland resident. he and two others are charged with vandalizing and burning the bus. police are crediting the public
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for helping identity and tracking them down. department of corrections plans to begin a massive review that could drop the arrest warrants for thousands of parole violaters in the state. it comes at a time when the state is trying to help crowding at jails. it would involve people who are convicted of nonviolent crimes, sex offenders would be excluded. >> a free seminar scheduled today for people who may qualify for deferred action. the event begins at ten this morning at the golden gate university school of law on mission street. back in june the president ordered the government to delay action against young adults who came to the united states when they were children. it's estimated that more than 200,000 have submitted applications. today's event includes legal consultations and application help. >> new this morning both parties in washington claim they are willing to work with the other side to avert that fiscal cliff.
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>> tuesday you said loud and clear that you won't tolerate disfunction or politicians who seek compromise as a dirty word. not when so many families are still struggling. >> in this morning's weekly address the president said he hopes to build a consensus next week during a white house meeting leaders of both parties. he said he wants congress to extend middle class tax cuts but any agreement on deficit reduction must include tax increases for the wealthy. >> instead of raising tax rates on the american people and taking the damage it'll do to the economy let's start to actually solve the problem. let's focus on tax reform that closes special interest loopholes and lower tax rates. >> house speaker gave the republican address this morning. he said shoring up titlements and reforming the tax code will lead to a stronger economy. both sides agree another recession will hit if the nation falls over the so-called fiscal cliff which is a combination of automatic spending cuts and tax rate
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increases set to start at the beginning of next year. >> thousands of customers are still without power nearly two weeks after super storm sandy and now their utility may raise their rates. the ceo of coned has said he is very sorry that some have gone 12 days without power but his company plans to hike utility rates for gas, steam and power any way. many are questioning the timing of such an increase. >> seems crazy. i know they are dealing an old system but i mean -- shouldn't they have thought about this like down the road a little bit. ? >> it's outrageous considering what people have gone through. >> the commission approves the rate hike this month it would go into effect next year. >> a man from chicago gets a big reward after helping victims of sandy. john turner who owning a water removal business is helping
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clean up homes when he hit the lottery. he bought a scratch erratickest worth $70,000 after taxes. even though he hit it big he kept helping victims of the storm. he is planning on investing some of the money into his business, giving to his church and to others in need. >> a sacramento man who is set to loose his job is also celebrating a big change in his luck. he matched five numbers in the october 30th mega millions drawing and he just claimed the prize this week. it's worth more than $250,000. he works at campbell soup plant in sacramento which is scheduled to close next year. he said he will use the money to pay off bills and invest the rest. >> a couple football games in the bay area, cal and stanford playing at home. cal is a night game so maybe pull out the jackets for all the cal fans. >> yes. maybe even the winter jacket. it'll be chilly. this morning a cold start. we are dealing 30s and 40s around the area.
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a frost advisory, lasting for the next 20 minutes or so for the north bay valley, a beautiful start to the morning, take a look at that. what a beautiful view over the bay. across the bay and into san francisco. 40s to near 50s but the morning chill is on in the north bay valley locations where we are dealing with frost advisory, temperatures to the low 30s, even below freezing in some areas near santa rosa this morning and also reporting a little bit of fog at this point. again expiring at 8:00 a.m. calm conditions over parts of the authority bay valley. we have the clear sykes, that's allowed all that heat, what heat of heat we did get to exit and the calm conditions preventing any steering in the atmosphere. that let that cold air sink to the bottom and hold still for a little whilew. have a light breeze in san francisco and we are dealing 50 degrees in san francisco. parts of the east bay most areas are calm this morning, but in the hills we are
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watching gusts from 15 to 25 miles an hour. so that's helping the temperatures here. in san jose mostly clear skies. the satellite, radar, on the back edge of the system if you look closely you can see the showers. the sierra and foothills, partly sunny and scattered snow showers, if you are heading up there maybe you have the three day holiday and you want to get out and play in the snow. outside of that a good-looking weekend for areas around tahoe. your afternoon highs, here at home mostly sunny skies and cool, into the east bay 59 oakland. 62 danville. how about the south bay? 61 for santa clara. 62 morgan hill. 60 off the beach, boardwalk. upper 50s, low 60s for the pen slam 57 san francisco. your extended forecast, ridge of high pressure will start to
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build in tomorrow. that will drive the temperatures up just a little bit. we feel a little better on monday, tuesday, wednesday, a chance for rain moves to the bay area and i say a chance, i will show you that rain forecast model coming up. >> san francisco stands to make millions of dollars a year from a proposed wariers arena. a new report calls the plan fiscally feasible. the city would get $54 million in one time revenue and up to 19 million a year if the arena holds events more than half of the year. if approved it could be built on piers30 and 32 in the next five-years. taking your bike on amtrak may be a little easier in the future. caltrans has announced it'll double the amount of bike storage available on capitol corridor over the next year. as part of the $8.3 million project, the transit agency said it'll increase storage space by about ten bikes a car. it also plans to add more
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luggage storage space. >> today more than 30 teens will test their home made flying machines over and into the cove. the anniversary starts at one. they will launch off a 30-foot high flight deck. those likely won't do much flying but it's still a lot of fun to watch. >> chrysler is in the spotlight, the nearly one million suv's getting the recall. >> and a california family comes home from dinner to find a new addition to its house. how a teen quickly became the center of attention. >> and first a live look outside. that's interstate 280 in san jose. no major accidents to report on this saturday morning. you are watching mornings on two.
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. good morning. a live look from bay point. mostly clear skies, frigid air has spilled in to the bay area. we have a advisory for the north bay valleys through eight. >> a problem with an accelerator may have caused a teen to crash into a home last night. witnesses say that the teen was going at least 80 miles an hour just before impact. her mercedes is benz went 20 feet in to the house damaging parts of the kitchen, a bathroom and then into a bedroom. >> she is screaming bloody murder like help me, i can't breathe.
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i kicked in the wind shield and saw her face and it was busted up. her nose was broken and she had blood. >> reporter: the driver went to the hospital for a cat scan. her uncle blames the accident on the is accelerator getting stuck. the family in the home went out to -- was out to dinner at the time. >> chrysler has announced it's recalling nearly 920,000suv's after concerns that air bags could inflate while people are driving. it affects 2002 through 2004 jeep grand cheer key. last year they randomly went off 215 times causing 80minor injuries. they plan to install a filter for free to fix the problem. >> a search warrant lead emoryville police to a quarter million dollar marijuana stash. they sent us this photograph of box after box of marijuana from that bust. they got 400 pounds of it. they found the drugs thursday
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while serving a search warrant. they are still searching for those responsible. a jury in san francisco reached a verdict in the trial of a man accused of several violent attacks. the 32-year-old is a accused of sexually assaulting three women last year along 24th street but he won't learn his fate until tuesday until after the holiday weekend. prosecutors presented both dna evidence and alleged recorded confessions. he was also charged with attempted murder, robbery and kidnapping. he faces life if convicted. >> a group of protesters plans to rally against bay area police. they accuse officers of excessive force. they site incidents including the shooting death of a high school senior in play and the oscar grant shooting. they say an african american is killed by law enforcement every 36 hours in the united states.
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napa valley college is airing a documentary about a student shot and killed by vallejo police two years ago. officers said they fired on him because he had a loaded gun. many of his friends and family don't believe that. the documentary made by his friend will be shown next wednesday at 7:00 p.m. >> a michigan man accused of shooting at drivers is facing 60 felonies. he was arraigned yesterday on charges including assault with intent to murder. the detectives shed new light on several of the shootings on interstate 96 from the types of cars the victims drove to where the bullets hit. >> a fired bullet was recover from the passenger of the chevy. this bullet went through the driver's side front door. >> police also say they recovered a spent shell casing on the outside of the car. it was a nine millimeter, same type used in the shootings. he could be sentenced to life if he is convicted.
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>> controversial tax on guns has been approved in the chicago area. the cook county board of commissioners said for every gun purchased in the county there will be a new 25-dollar tax. the tax is meant to help off set health care and other costs caused by gun violence. county officials say the average shooting victim costs taxpayers about $52,000 because nearly 70% of victims don't have insurance. the gun tax will take effect april 1st. >> there is now a permanent american military presence in eastern europe. ten united states airmen arrived in poland yesterday. they are going to help prepare joint united states exercises on war planes. >> it's a very important and historic step because it marks the beginning of an unprecedented level of cooperation on polish, european and american security. >> the united states is also setting up a new generation missile shield facility in poland.
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>> it was a new type of th era py for veterans, swimming with dolphins. the nonprofit organized the trip to six flags yesterday. the vets say being in the water helps them cope with the stress from combat. >> this type of environment that's -- a positive environment where everybody is smiling and having fun it just helps out so much and fills so many holes. >> they said the event was a big success. service animals helping injured military members transition into a new life. jeremy young said he was shot 12 times in the military. he is among the soldier being treated at a va hospital in texas. hospital officials say that therapy dogs at the center help the wounds soldiers mentally and emotionly as they are being if treated for their physical
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injuries. one of the service dogs is also an amputee after losing his leg in a traffic accident. >> a bay area writer who broke the color barrier has called it a career. >> hello. welcome to this week in northern california. joining me on this special ninth. >> last night she hosted her final show. she anchored that program for 19 years. her career spanned five decades. she was the first african american woman television reporter on the west coast. >> i thought about how have i made it all these years, i have no college degree, i had no real experience when i came in and howdy make it? i realized it was because of friends. >> davis is married to retired channel 2 photographer bill moore. she has received several awards and wrote a book about her life. she said she doesn't know what is a healed but -- ahead but
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said she will probably find a cause to promote. >> and congratulations to her on such a wonderful career here in the bay area. young women at a united states davis sorority house get a fishy wake up call. >> cruelty to animals at the least. >> and it's not just the fish. the other acts of vandalism against the house. >> and mostly sunny in store your the afternoon. this morning at this hour some of us freezing. we will take a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up.
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. they don't call them twihards for nothing. fans of the twilight saga are already camping out for next week's premire of the final film. more than 1500 fans set up tents in downtown la. some have been there since thursday morning. they are camping out for a
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chance to see the stars of the film arrive for the premiere on monday. >> a sorority at difference thinks prank out of hand. 200 dead fish were dumped on the front lawn. they also dumped trash, cut the brake lines of bikes and went through unlocked cars a few others were also vandalized. police are working to the davis police department to try to find those responsible. a few other houses we said were also hit but the one with the dead fish getting all the attention and police are involved in the investigation. >> today marks the regular season home finale for the stanford cardinal team. they host oregon state at stanford stadium. it'll feature a salute to veterans and current members of the military. you can see that game right here at noon.
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cal's home finale also today. the bears hosting the oregon ducks, cal is a 28 point under dog against the ducks. kickoff 7:30 tonight at memorial. >> the warriors will host the nuggets tonight a day after falling to the lakers, they were playing just hours after their head coach mike brown was fired. kobe bryant had 27 points, currie had 18 for the warriors, lakers win. as for their coaching spot she are said to be interested in phil jackson who retired after the 2010, 2011 season. >> window for the mavericks contest is open. surfers came to the coast from all over the world hoping to take part in the competition. they held a special prayer circle in the water there yesterday as part the opening ceremony. when the contest is called they will have 24 hours to get out to pillar point and surf waves as big as 50 feet.
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>> it really, really is telling of what you are made of when it's all on the line. fear, does it motivate you or stop you in your tracks? >> the contest is not been held for the past two years because the conditions weren't right. organizers say they expect big waves by the end of the year. >> time now 7:56 and clear and cold. if you look out the window you are probably thinking, the sun is out. great. but, rosemary did have my heater turned on for the first time in a long time last night because it was cold. >> i believe it. if you stand next to the window you could feel the cold air. chilly start this morning and again i have to pointo the north bay. that's where it's very cold. freezing and subfreezing temperatures, ten minutes ago or so i said we have a frost advisory. through eight.
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iment until eight so it's about over. along the valley floor patches of frost for the next hour or so. we have a ridge of high pressure that will slowly build in behind this system. that's continuing to bring snow showers to the sierra. watching a few scattered showers off the coastline. we are mainly dry, cold mornings, below normal temperatures for the afternoon, northwesterly winds expected for today and into tomorrow. i want to fast forward into monday afternoon. watching that new storm, but watch as it moves closer to us. it sort of falls apart. we get the mostly cloudy skies, doesn't hit us with the rain. we will track it between now and then and we could see i few scattered showers tuesday and wednesday. afternoon highs for today. upper 50s, low 60's. a lot like yesterday with mostly sunny, a slightly warmer tomorrow. warmer for monday if you do have the day off tuesday, wednesday, again mostly cloudy and the possibility of maybe a little bit of rain. >> rosemary has said its been
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a chilly morning in the bay area. how a city is trying to help people living on the streets in this cold weather. >> and a resigning of the cia director, how his affair was found out.
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. a water main break causes problems. the dam done to one neighborhood over night. >> a grass roots relief effort to help victims of hurricane sandy. how the occupy movement is helps. >> and the government resigning nobody saw coming. who is possibly being considered to replace the cia director. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. it's saturday november 10th. >> good morning. a lot of 30s out there this morning. let's go to rose harry and a quick look at forecast. >> good morning. cold over the north bay valley.
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a frost iy start to the morning but frost advisory has been allowed to expire. mostly clear skies and a cool one this morning. mostly sunny and cool for the afternoon. sunsets at 5:02. a chilly night. what you can expect for the weekend coming up. >> topping the newscast in the past hour crews have capped off two water main leaks in a palo alto neighborhood. they were first seen around 2:45. gallons of water gushed through --. it's believed the breaks happened at opposite ends of the road and water seeped into at least one home. crews had trouble locating the areas of the break so they brought in large construction equipment. in the next half hour we will have a live report on that effort. >> homeless activists worry people will fall ill this weekend due to the colder than normal weather. >> hey. you want blankets? how you doing? i meet you last year? >> reporter: last night they passed out blankets at homeless camps in san jose. some of the homeless can't get into shelters and will have to spend the next few days at the cam much. one woman -- at the cam one
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woman was very grateful. >> take it day by day. >> how much does the blankets helps? >> a lot. >> you pass out blankets and that's just -- just a band-aid but a realistic solution is building housing. >> reporter: homeless activists say they estimate 70 people die every year from exposure to the cold. >> the sierra is covered in snow this morning. let's take you for a live look outside. you can barely see the roadway there but it is there. a late fall season storm has dumped up to a foot and a half of snow in some areas, what you are looking at interstate 80 in soda springs courtesy of a caltrans traffic camera. you can seat top of the screen that's the westbound direction, that truck that just went by, it's going eastbound. maybe that truck should slow down. temperatures overnight were well below freezing. you can see from the roads, chains are required on 80 east of baxter. chains are also required on
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highway 50 from twin bridges to myers in el dorado. those extreme conditions have caused a lot of accidents, many of the cars are getting stuck in the snow or just getting off the road. snow boarders are happy. they are gearing up to hit the slopes, sguaw valley -- they have gotten a foot of new snow and the snow machines working overtime. they plan to open wednesday november 21st just in time for the thanksgiving day weekend. >> this morning police are searching for a person who killed a teen in east oakland. a car pulled up next to the victim's vehicle at parole's court. the gunman got out and fired several rounds in to the vehicle. the male victim was in his late teens. he lived in the neighbor other. police haven't yet released his name. a young man is recovering after he was hit by a bullet in a drive by shooting overnight
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in east palo alto. he was in a car when another car drove past and shot at them. the victim is at hospital in stable condition. so far no arrests. >> a new occupy camp has popped up ott the berkeley campus. they put up tents yesterday a year after police broke up a camp. police used batons to remove the occupiers last year. they accused the officers of excessive force and filed a lawsuit. that is still pending. >> the president has accepted the resignation of the cia director. his affair with his biographer was revealed in the course of an fbi investigation. the general has been married for nearly 40 years, she is
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also married. he was sworn in 2011. >> obviously this hurts the general but it even hurts the country more. he is a man of extraordinary talent, extraordinary dedication, extraordinary hard working. he would give his briefings, he never turned to his aides for help. he was there, he knew it inside out. he was 24-7. >> he was scheduled to testify next week during key congressional hearings about the libya terror attack. the acting director will now testify. according to reports the fbi got a tip about the affair and started investigating to determine whether it posed a security risk. he was not accused of any wrongdoing. the concern was that he could be blackmailed or put in an arisk spot. there is already speculation about who will replace him as the head of the cia. one of the names is the former southern california congress
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woman jane harmon. she was a ranking member on the house intelligence committee. she resigned last year to be the head of the woodrow wilson center. >> people are returning to the jersey shore nearly two weeks after sandy. people who used to live in the hardest hit areas got to go back for the first time yesterday. they were take especially by bus to their former homes in seaside heights where they had an hour to pack. some said they weren't prepared for what they saw. >> you have a list and you are prepared to get what you want but you know you spend like a -- you spend like 15 minutes devastated, just trying to look to see what's on the floor. >> reporter: at the main staging center in tom's river new jersey a company has been making restore the shore t- shirts to race money for schools and shelters, more buses will take people into disaster zone each day through tuesday. it started as a protest but now the occupy movement is being used to help those
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affected by sandy. we go into a shelter in brooklyn. >> reporter: it's not even sunday and the church is full. this is no normal service. inside volunteers are sorting through donations for occupy sandy. the grass roots relief effort was jump started by occupy wall street. they made national attention for their rallies. in the days after sandy hit the east coast they quickly mobilized using social media. >> how are you getting the word out? >> twitter is our native language. as the tragedy happened we talked to each other as things were going ono and each person stepped up. >> reporter: they are using the church as their main center and phone bank. they post needed supplies online and dispatch volunteers to nearby neighborhoods including rocca way and red hook where many are without
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heat and power. >> folks were devastated. they were devastated because they didn't have supplies and they were devastated because they felt like people abandoned them. >> reporter: one resident said more help is needed. >> people going crazy trying to get everything. my house got robbed. i didn't get flooded, i got robbed. >> reporter: one native went to the center to lend a hand. >> you have to really put yourself out there and figure if you are in that position you would want people to come help. i brought my daughters and we are here to help. >> there have been many stories of hours long waits for gas and price gouging after the storm and coming up we will tell you how authorities trying to help stop that. >> good morning to you. it's a cool start. giving a i live look at san
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jose. just a few high clouds, we have mostly clear skies and chilly. if you are just joining us even a frost advisory for the north bay valley locations, sunk back in to the 30s. now starting to pull out just ever so slightly now that the sun has been out for about an hour, hour and a half. temperatures still in the low 30s to low 40s over some of the low lying areas, over parts of the north bay into fairfield. the central valley. patchy fog in some of the valley spots, santa rosa, that has since cleared but you may find it for the next half hour. winds are generally light out there and that is -- that allow that cold air to really sink to the bottom and stick for a little while. 33 in santa rosa. 40s parts of the inland east bay. 44 concord. 45 livermore. gusty over the east bay hills. that helps you out. 50 oakland. 50 san francisco. around the bay not to bad.
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upper 40s. low other's. 44 san jose. mountain view 50 degrees. the satellite radar looking at what's going on from up above. we have the back received the storm continuing to bring just a few scattered showers, they run parallel to the coastline. we will stay mainly dry over the sierra, snow showers continue. not a lot of accumulation expected. if you are headed that way but carry the chains or at least have the snow tires because you may find that you need those up around the pass for today. a few scattered showers reported over parts of the valley, most not hitting the ground but you can see the rain and snow mix in to the foothills for the searchy. the sierra got a nice dumping, from a foot to a foot and a half reported over many of -- the ski resorts, upper 50s, low 60's in the afternoon. under mostly sunny skies, if you are in the sunshine it may feel cool or pretty good. good idea to keep the jacket handy. for tomorrow we will be with a
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cold start again. upper up 50s. a ridge of high pressure building in but it'll be temporary. the next storm comes in about tuesday. at this point bringing us just a slight chance for a few scattered showers, back to you. >> a central california woman now at the center of a secret service investigation. the comments she made directed at the president. >> and the city of san francisco is ready to pay for sex change operations for those without insurance. what still needs to be done before that is put into action. >> first a live look outside. the gold everyone gate bridge from this crystal clear, crisp fall morning. time is 8 can 12.
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. democrat. what a good-looking start to the day. a live look over the bay. mostly clear skies, but you step outside it could bite you. it's cold. 30s to low to midwho's outside. >> san francisco police have arrested a third man for vandalizing a bus. the suspect, adam diaz is an oakland resident. this is a photograph of him using a skateboard to break windows. he and two others are charged with vandalizing and beening the bus. the public is credited with helping track them down. >> a woman who posted comments about the president said she is
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not a racist. after tuesday's election the 22- year-old posted on her facebook page a racial slur and the words maybe he will get assassinated this term. while she delete that message she later said she was just stating her opinion. her employer has fired her and the case is with the secret service. >> police in colorado say an officer shot and killed officer officer on accident. he was shot and killed friday morning. he was wearing a uniform and protective vest when he was killed. there were several officers on the scene which police described as choatic the. >> he was in one yard. i believe the backyard of that house. there were other officers on the other side of the fence. and he was mistaken, he was seen and mistaken for an attacker with a gun.
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>> the officer who shot him is reportedly having a difficult time with the officer's death. the officer was a six year veteran of the department. he leaves a wife and two young children. >> a bay area officer killed in the line of duty was remembered in a special night. they held a night of drinks, dinner and dancing in honor of the officer. he was shot during a traffic stop along 680 and his widow said that the event warmed her heart. >> just overwhelmed how much people have shown their love and support for us. it's really just beautiful. i think my husband would be touched by it. i think he would be happy to seat community he loved serving so much has reached out to us
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in this way. >> 90 people signed opponent for the fundraiser at the wednesdaying banquet center. all of the money raised will go to karen and her four children. >> the president will travel to new york next week to see how sandy recover are you efforts are coming. he will meet with storm victims and first responders on thursday. this is video from a similar trip he made to the new jersey coastline last month. officials say the damage from sandy in new york one could total $33 billion. gas rationing in new york city and long island seems to be working. lines at gas stations shorter and people don't appear to be as frustrated. drivers are license plates ending in road and even numbers are alternating days. officials say many supply terminals remain shut down or limited following the storm and aaa said drivers filling up more because they are afraid gas won't be available. >> now that the election is over the health care law will be a big topic of discussion between democrats and republicans. the gop had hoped to repeal the 2010 act but with the president winning the election both
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parties say its time to fine tune the policy. areas they will look at include stabilizing costs, focusing on prevention and making easier for people to find affordable plan. more than 40 million either don't have health insurance or they don't have enough. >> the city of san francisco is preparing to help provide and pay for sex change operations for those without insurance. the city will spend the next several months setting up the guidelines for a potential patient. then it must line up providers to preform the procedures. some say that they are divided on if the city should pay for that. >> it's -- you know more of a choice and it should be spent on other more pressing health matters. >> it's helped me to find a way to improve my quality of
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life. sometimes it's really a matter of life and death. >> the city said it already provides primary care, mental health and hormone their pay for those who qualify. it could be added about a year from now. >> a last minute deal may keep a hospital from closing. the city andal media have each agreed to pay three million to keep the facility open for at least three more years. if approved ownership would transfer from sutter to the county. the hospital has been losing money and needs $6 million a year to continue operating. thousands of registered nurses planning to strike next week. it includes nurses at eight sutter health hospitals in the bay area and two hospitals associated with the hospital corporation of america. they plan to walk out tuesday with the nurses continuing to strike wednesday. they say they are upset about patient care conditions. >> american airlines has a possible deal with its pilots. it still has to go up for a vote but it could pave the way for the airline to get out of bankruptcy. the parent company filed for chapter 11 just about a year
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ago and said its struggled delayed flights. >> safeway plans to hire more military veterans next year. they have hired 1300 this year. they say that's part of a longstanding policy. there is another 41 week long program to train and place vets in top leadership positions. pg&e said its planning to offer career training courses for veterans. its part of the power pathway program. the utility said it expects more than 40% of the work force to be eligible in the next five- years and view veterans as high potential candidates for the positions, classes are being offered next year. to apply contact pg&e. >> there are a lot of events being held this veteran's day weekend. the rotc program at the university of san francisco is hosting a fun run right now. it's a four mile run or walk around lake merced, the run
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races money for the rotc and awareness for veterans issues, there is ott a veterans event on the hornet. it's a tribute to neil armstrong the first man on the moon. he died this past august. he was a naval officer who flew in the korean war. the event is set so start at one. and muir woods is letting people in for free today. park officials say they are stopping entrance fees all weekend in recognition of current and former servicemen and women. in fact all national parks are free this weekend. >> her class was the victim of budget cuts earlier this year but a woman didn't let that stop her from teaching. the secret classes she held. >> a chilly start to the morning but the slow warm up is underway. we will take a look at current conditions and what you can expect for the afternoon.
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. a los angeles county woman didn't let budget cuts stop her from teaching a medical assistant class. is she taught her students in secret. an adult school canceled the course in march but rather than leaving students hanging they opened her own school at a secret location. she was denied a business will not because of insufficient parking. >> i never really told the students exactly what was going on. i didn't want to scare anybody
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away. >> she never seemed worried. she did provide -- she taught us everything we know. >> she said she taught without a salary, she sold her house to save on mortgage. she does plan to move the school to a new city in order to get full approval. >> the health department in monterey is warning people to stay out of the ocean. storm drain runoff at county beaches could push the amount of bacteria or chemicals in the water to dangerous levels. health officials say you could get sick if if you swim in it. >> all right. time 8:26, let's talk about the weather, it's cold, you will need a jacket, the sun is out. it's a beautiful fall day. >> we are starting to see the turn around in some areas but for the low lying spots in the 30s, that will hurt your bones in some cases. we are going to see a mild afternoon in many cases we will be below average. outside the doors at this hour
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still in the 30s. freezing over lake county. wide spread 40s over the bay area, by nine or so, the 50s become a little more widespread. by ten we are feeling good. low to mid50s with mostly sunny skies and then in to the lunch hour mid50s expected for most of us. upper 50s, low 60 a. 61 concord. 60 mountain view. the afternoon breeze will pick up from the northwest five to 15 miles an hour . be prepared for that if you are going to be out cruising around san francisco or closer to the bay. your extended forecast shows you temperatures will nudge up slightly for sunday afternoon. a little warmer on monday and then they level off as the next chance for rain heads our way. >> a sacramento area family gets quite a shock after dinner time. a car inside their home. what may have been to blame for this messy crash. >> utility workers cleaning up
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a big mess on the peninsula and repairing not one but two water main breaks. what they think may have caused this problem overnight. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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with a lot of equipment they have been using. you can see all the mud out on the sidewalk here in the street. on the other received the street they have a backhoe out here. they are digging up the ground to find and replace one of the two water mains that broke this is a project that's probably going to last all day long. >> the two water mains bursa round 2:45 this morning sending water gushing in to the street. the mains are both eight inches wide and are on opposite sides of newall street. at least one family woke up to find water gushing in to their home early this morning, they are on the corner right next to where the water was coming out. they called in the specialist early this morning. the utility workers suspect that the freezing temperatures overnight may have caused the
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water mains to burst. a supervisor said at least one of the mains is an older cast iron pipe and the other one is a little newer but they believe the cold overnight temperatures may have contributed to the problem. back out here you can see they have dug a hole about four, five feet deep. they are in the process of replacing one of the two broken water mains, we saw them bring out what looked like a newer extension of pipe that they will likely be using to fix and replace the broken one. people on the westside of newall, all these homes to the left. these people don't have -- they will have interrupted water service. utility workers say homes on the westside, there is about 20 to 30 of them -- they are going to have interrupted water service. something people should be aware of because of the construction work taking place and the repair work.
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live in palo alto. >> several people are looking for a new place to stay today after a fire at their home over night. it happened just before one at an apartment complex. firefighters say at least one unit was destroyed. nobody was hurt. firefighters trying to figure out the cause. >> there is a manhunt unitway for a man wanted for murder. investigators say that he is on the run in a gray 2006 chevrolet. neighbors told ktv everybody was harried to a woman who matches the description of the woman killed at that house yesterday morning. police say a call was made from that house just after 5:30 but officers didn't arrive until seven in the morning because they were dealing life threatening situations at the scene of some car crashes. >> those are higher priority calls. in the first call there was nothing said and no answer on call back. >> police also say they received two nonemergency calls
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reporting that disturbance at that house two days before the homicide. they say someone called back to cancel the call and police are still investigating each call. >> new stats show antioch is not becoming a safer place to live. police say violent and property crimes up 44% and arrests are down 17% from a year ago. the police chief said that the department doesn't have money to hire more officers. he said the average response time for a priority call is about 11 minutes. >> i think the community railings what's going on but they don't know what to do about it. they feel helpless, they feel frustrated and i think its time for our community to -- launch a campaign against it. >> police have arrested two people in connection with a homicide thursday night. even so, frustrated concerned residents have started circulating petitions to let citizens carry loaded guns. >> a jury in san francisco has reached a verdict in the trial
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of a man accused of several violent attacks. the 32-year-old is a accused of sexually assaulting three women along 24th street but he is not going to learn his fate until after the holiday weekend on tuesday. prosecutors presented dna evidence and alleged recorded confessions during his trial. he was charged with attempted murder, robbery and kidnapping and faces life if convicted. the department of corrections and rehabilitation plans to start a massive review that could drop warrants for thousands of violaters in the state. this at a time when the state is trying to help over crowding at jails. the plan would be -- involve people who aren't convicted of violent crimes, sex offenders would be excluded. >> both major parties announce they are willing to work with the other side to avert the fiscal cliff. >> tuesday you said loud and clear that you won't tolerate disfunction or politicians who see compromise as a dirty word.
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not when your families strig struggling. >> in the weekly address the president said he hopes to build a consensus next week during a white house meeting. he wants congress to extend middle class tax cuts but any agreement must include tax increases for the wealthy. >> in-- let's start to actually solve the problem. let's focus on tax reform that closes loopholes. >> the house speaker gave the republican address this morning. he said shore reforming the tax code will lead to more jobs. they both agree another recession will happen if the nation goes offer the fiscal cliff that's scheduled to happen at the start of next year. >> 90 minutes now a free seminar is scheduled to help
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people who may qualify for deferred action. that starts at ten at the school of law. indown the president ordered the government to delay action against young adult who came to the united states when they were children. it's thought that more than 200,000 have submitted applications, the event includes legal consultations and application assist assistance. >> a group of protesters accuse officers of excessive force. they site incidents including the oscar grant shooting. they say an african american is killed by lawen coursement in the united states every 36 hours. the event will be held at noon at oakland's plaz. napa airing a documentary about a student shot and killed by vallejo police two years ago. officers said they fired on the man because he had a loaded gun. many of his friends and family
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don't believe that. the documentary made by his friend will be shown next wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in. >> a problem with an accelerator may have caused a teen drive teen driver to crash. the teen was going at least 80 miles an hour. her mercedes went 20 feet in to the house in to the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. >> she is screaming bloody murder. i kicked in the wind shield and saw her face and it was busted up. . >> the driver went to the house for a cat scan. her uncle blames it on the accelerator. the family was out to dinner. >> more pieces are turning up of a boat the that crashed near the golden gate bridge in october. remnants have been washing up on the beaches, some of them are as large as three feet.
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we took pictures of the eight million dollar boat when it capsized in the bay. volunteers and members of the racing team have been holding clean up drives. pieces may be used to build another yacht. >> a wing save from that boat will be used as part of one of the home made flying machines that will be launched today. the tenth anniversary of the red bull flutag starts at one. contestants include sailors. the word means flying day. to see more video look under the bay area living section at ktvu.com. >> good morning. sunny, cool weather in the forecast for your saturday giving you a live look over oakland. 40s outside your door. you can see just a very gentle breeze blowing that flag. we will continue with the light breeze and then for the
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afternoon it'll pick up just a little bit. wins coming in from the northwest for afternoon. forecasted highs below the seasonal norm. 50s to low 60's in the low forecast for your afternoon. the satellite radar giving you an idea of what's going on. we are hack the back side of the system. you can see the showers continue to run parallel to the coastline. we are mainly dry. are we going to see rain, i don't think so. it's moving off to the east. we do have snow showers over the sierra where a foot to a foot and a half has fallen in the last 48 hours. little bit of a closer view. you can see the central valley with a little bit of moisture and the sierra with the foothill reporting mixed rain and snow. if you plan on get away, maybe you have a three day weekend you will find the possibility of chains and snow tires rerequired today. the weekend, saturday, sunday, sunday into monday looks dry. giving you a view here we have the winds light and calm. any calm conditions out there helping to enhance the cold
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air. mostly clear sykes, calm conditions, very cold weather in santa rosa. 33 degrees. patchy fog but has cleared. 39 in napa. the rest of us 40s near 50a.50 san francisco. afternoon highs under mostly sunny skies, 59 san rafael. 58 stinson beach. upper other's, low 60's to the east bay. 60 this afternoon in haywood. 62 in pleasanton. down in to the south bay 61 for san jose, 60 sunny vail. 61 palo alto. 57 san francisco. if you are going to the ice rink for the afternoon mostly sunny but cool and the afternoon breeze will pick up. the extended forecast. slightly warmer for tomorrow. ridge of high pressure for the effect couple days, sunday into monday. monday looks to be the warmest day, on tuesday a new storm approaches, bringing us the
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responsibility of a few scattered showers, if you are going to the ski searchy i will have your detailed forecast. >> the united states davis sorority that gotten unusual wake up call by daring vandals. >> first outside, there is a live look at the east shore, pretty busy for a saturday morning but as you can see traffic moving just fine in both directions and we are watching traffic around the bay area. no major problems to report for you. we will keep you updated. the time is 8:42.
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. good morning. live look at the inlet east bay. the turbines, slowly turn the winds are light. mostly clear skies, sunny and cool for afternoon. >> a michigan man accused of shooting at drivers is facing 60 felonies. he was arraigned yesterday an charges including assault with intent to murder. detectives also shed new light on several of the shootings on the interstate from the types of cars the victims drove to the locations of where the bullets hit. >> a fired bullet was recover from the passenger com partment
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of his car. this entered through the driver's side front door. >> police also said they recovered a spent shell casing on the outside of the car. it was a nine millimeter, the same type used in the shootings. he could be sentenced to life if convicted. >> a controversial tax on guns has been approved in the chicago area. the cook county board of commissioners said for every gun purchased in the county, there will be a new 25-dollar tax. it's meant to open off set health care and other costs caused by gun violence. officials say the average shooting victim cost taxpayers about $52,000 because nearly 70% of victims have no health insurance. the gun tax will take effect april 1st. >> a search warrant lead to emoryville police to a quarter million dollar marijuana stash. the department sent us this picture of box after box of marijuana from that bust that was four hundred pounds of it. detectives found those drugs
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thursday morning while serving a search warrant near park avenue. they didn't find anybody there and are still searching for the people responsible. >> a sorority thinks a college prank out of hand. someone dumped 200 dead fish on the front lawn of their house earlier this week. they also dumbed trash, cut brake lines on bikes and rum aged through unlocked cars. >> that's pretty upsetting to me. i don't know why anyone would do that. >> cruelty to animals at the least. i remember a while back students were prosecuted for pulling out a lot of catfish i think that they were growing up in the high school. >> a few other houses were also vandalized. police are working to the davis police to find those responsible. >> chrysler has announced it's recalling nearly 920,000suv's after concerns that the air bags could inflate while people are driving. that recall affects 2002
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through 2004 jeep grand cherokees and jeep liberties. they found last year they went off 215 times causing 80minor injuries. they will install a filter to fix the problem. >> there is now a permanent american military presence in eastern europe. ten united states airmen arrived in poland yesterday. they are going to help joint training exercises on f-16 fighter planes. >> it's a very important and historic step because it marks the beginning of an unprecedented level of cooperation on polish, european and american security. >> the united states is also setting up a new generation missile shield facility in poland. >> it was a new type of therapy for veterans, swimming with dolphins. the organization organized the
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trip to six flags yesterday. hard not to smile when you look at that dolphin ride. it helps them cope with the emotional stress of combat. >> this type of environment that is a positive environment where everybody is smiling having fun it just helps out so much and fills so many holes. >> pathway home said it was a big success. >> jeremy young was shot 12 times while serving in the military and he is among those being treated at the hospital in a hospital in texas. fishes say therapy dogs there help the wound soldiers mentally and emotionly as they are treated for their physical injuries. one of the dogs is also an amputee after losing a leg in a traffic accident. >> today the marine corp celebrates it's 237th birthday on this date in 1775, during
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the revolution the congress approved the resolution calling for two battalions of marines to fight. tomorrow the nation celebrates veteran's day a day to recognize all military members. >> a pair of otters rescue from the wild are free again. they were released in to smith creek last spring. one spring. the two stranger was eventually put together at the wildlife rescue. look at them go. after a few months of guidance and care they were ready to go out together for the first time. >> the best thing about it is that you work with them, you see them when they are hurt or scared take them to a beautiful place and just let them go. it's stunning. it's amazing. >> not profit organizations took part in that release.
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>> the window for the mavericks big wave contest is now open. surfers came to the coast from around the world, hoping to take part in the competition. they held a special prayer circle in the water there yesterday as part of the opening ceremony as tradition said. when the contest is called they will have 24 hours to get out and surf waves as big as 50 feet. >> that's the one thing that's not predict hack is the ocean. we always hope and pray to get a good season. >> the contest has not been held for two years because the conditions weren't right. organizers say they expect billing waves to hit by the end of the year. >> the warriors will host the nuggets tonight a day after falling to the lakers, the lakers were playing just hours after their head coach mike brown was hired. kobe bryant had 27 points to lead la in their win. currie had 18 for the warriors and as for the lakers coaching position they are said to be
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interested in former coach phil jackson who retired after the last season. >> he volunteered in among n and then all of the sudden he won the lottery. how a chicago man is giving some of his winnings back. >> mostly clear, crisp start to the morning. afternoon highs looking good. what you can expect for the area.
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. more than 1500 fans of twilight have set up tens in downtown los angeles camping out for a chance to see the stars arrive to see the premiere of the final show. los angeles will be meat free every monday. it was approved earlier this week. its part of an international campaign to encourage vegetarian diets. san francisco signed on for the movement two years ago and the pleasanton school district is doing this as well. >> a bay area writer who broke the color barrier is calling it a career. >> welcome to this week in california. >> it was a special night because it was her final night hosting her final public
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affairs show. she had it for 19 years but her career has spanned five decades. she was the african american woman television reporter on the west coast. >> today is the home fifale for the cardinal football team. it'll host number 13th beavers of oregon state. the pregame will feature a salute to veterans and current members of the military. you can see that game here on ktvu channel 2 kickoff at noon. cal's home is set for today. they will host oregon. they are a 28 point if under dog against the undefeated ducks, kickoff is at 7:30 tonight. maybe, the cal bears will rush that field and have a good upset. we he will cement. >> let's hope. a man from chicago gets a big reward. josh turner owns a water removal business in chicago and
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we will tell you about him when we come back. >> time is 8:56. let's get rosemary. its been a cool morning. i'm hoping it warms up. probably, 40s, 50s? >> yeah. >> maybe 60s? >> yeah. we will get there. a wintery chill. mostly sunny skies but cold, cold weather. 30s for some of the valley locations but the sun has been up for some time and we are slowly watching the temperatures rebound. 33 degrees still reported in santa rosa. 39napa as we go to the east bay. mid0's outside, 44 and 40s to low other's around -- low 50s. cool for the afternoon. upper 50s, low 60's. 60 degrees for mountain tew. 57 san francisco, if you are headed to tahoe for your weekend, we have a three day weekend for some of us. snow showers in the forecast for today.
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sunday and monday. partly cloudy but cool. 20s in the overnight hours and cool afternoons expected. your extended forecast slightly warmer tomorrow but we will be off to a cold start monday morning, slightly warmer than that on monday and then another chance for rain will move in tuesday and wednesday. back to you. >> let's get back to the story of john turner because he is from chicago and a great story. a big reward. he was helping victims of sandy. he has a water removal business and he went on over to new jersey to help clean of homes flooded by the storm. while there he bought a new jersey scratch ticket and got $100,000. he will invest some in his business, give to his church and help others in need. >> josh turner. great guy. >> it's the biggest donation for a new dance college in united states history. which school is getting the big reward and what that could mean for students in the future. >> and how would you like to go to this year's international auto show in san francisco for
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free? coming up at nine the secret word that could win you a pair of tickets.
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. cleaning up a big mess on the peninsula and repairing not one, but two water main breaks. the process of fixing the problem right now. coming up, we'll tell you why utility workers think those pipes may have burst overnight.
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>> i think many of us are surprised that these kinds of things happen. >> the center of a major scandal. more on the accusations surrounding retired four-star general david petraeus. >> plus, if you're getting ready to head up to tahoe, get ready to see some snow. just how much fell overnight and how it could impact your travel plans. . good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, november 10th. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. it is sunny outside, but it is chilly. rosemary is watching the temperatures for us on this saturday morning. hi, rosemary. >> good morning to you. bone-chilling in some of our valley locations! mostly clear skies, partly cloudy over parts of the south bay and cold in many cases. sun has been up for about two hours, 15 minutes, temperatures beginning to rebound. into the afternoon, mostly sunny, unseasonably weather
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sticking around. sunset's around 5:02 and a mostly chilly evening. the forecast, coming up. a water main break in the peninsula overnight. and allie rasmus is live in palo alto where utility crews are cleaning up and they have to dig up problem pipes, right, allie? >> reporter: that's right. the digging is well under way, claudine. in fact, they just finished breaking a hole in the pavement. they used this giant breaker, as they call it, attached to that backhoe you see there, to make a 4 to 5-foot deep hole in the ground. that's what they are working on right now. they are working on replacing one of the two broken water mains located right underneath the street. here's a close-up look at the busted water main. it's been gushing water since about 2:45 this morning. the utility workers here suspect that the freezing temperatures overnight here may have caused this problem. the supervisors out here say that at least one of the mains is an older cast iron pipe that may have burst, again, because of the extremely cold temperatures overnight.
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at least one family in this neighborhood had flood damage in their home when the gushing water poured in through a side wall. they had to call in a specialist to help them clean up the mess. >> it seeped in through the walls, a little bit in their living room, some office, and some bedroom spaces. >> utility workers are making progress in fixing the problem. we watched them bring in a new section of pipe to replace the broken one, but until utility workers get these broken water pipes completely replaced, people in this palo alto neighborhood on newell and walnut may not have water service this morning. the water service may be sort of hit or miss. now, if we take a step back here, you can see to our left, they said the homes on the west side of newell are the ones affected by this intermittent water service. there are about 20 to 30 homes located on newell, west side of newell from embarcadero where the traffic light is, where the truck is turning around, all the way to the other side of the street to channing. so the repair work is under way.
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you can see they are still using the backhoe to clear some of the dirt and some of the water away so they can replace that old broken pipe with the new one, and the utility workers tell me this is a project that will probably last most of the day kl 2news. homeless advocates say they worry people living in the bay area will fall ill this weekend due to the cold weather. >> you guys want some blankets? >> sure. >> hey, brother, how are you doing? >> last night, volunteers passed out blankets at homeless encampments near happy hollow park in san jose. some will spend the next few days at the encampment. one woman was grateful for the blankets after someone deliberately damaged her tent. >> take it day by day. >> and then the blankets, how much does that help? >> oh, it helps a lot. >> you come out here and pass out blankets, and that's just, you know, just a band-aid. but a realistic solution is
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building housing. >> homeless advocates say they estimate 70 people die in santa clara county every year from exposure to cold. if you are heading out to tahoe this weekend, get ready for big crowds and lots of snow. more than a foot of new snow has come down in the sierra nevada, raising hopes for skiers and snowboarders. boreal ski resort announced it is opening slopes this afternoon after getting 8 inches of new snow. snow-making machines have been working around the clock. the resort will open at 3:30 this afternoon, offering lower than normal ticket prices. the resort will also stay open tomorrow. meanwhile, squall valley and alpine meadows are counting down the days for opening. the resort sent pictures of their preps. both resorts plan to open the day before thanksgiving. and if you are getting ready to head up the hill, just remember, chains are required on 80 east of baxter to truckie. chains are also required on
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highway 50 from twin bridges to myers, in el dorado county. the extreme conditions have caused numerous accidents already. rosemary will have a full look at your forecast in about four minutes. new this morning, we are learning that a boy from santa clara is among those killed in the large earthquake in guatemala this week. 11-year-old aldo dominguez vasquez lived with his uncle and was working at his family's quarry when the 7.4 quake hit. he and nine other relatives were killed by falling rocks. the boy's parents still live in the united states. 52 people were killed in wednesday's quake. well, this morning, police are searching for the person who killed the teenager in east oakland. witnesses say a car pulled up next to the victim's vehicle at parolee court in the fruitvale district last night. the gunman got out, firing several rounds right into the vehicle. the male victim was in his late teens. he lived in that neighborhood. police have not yet released his name. a young man is recovering this morning after he was hit by
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a bullet in a drive-by shooting overnight in east palo alto. police tell us the 23-year-old was in a car with friends on albernie street when another car drove past and shot at them. this happened just before midnight. the victim is in the hospital in stable condition. no arrests have been made. a new occupy encampment has popped up on the uc berkeley campus. last year, uc police used batons to remove occupiers who in turn accused officers of excessive force and filed a $15 million lawsuit. that is still pending. president obama has accepted the resignation of cia director david petraeus after the retired four-star general admitted to an extra marital affair. his affair with his biographer, paula broadwell, was revealed in the course of an fbi investigation. general petraeus has been married for nearly 40 years. broadwell is also married.
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petraeus was sworn in as cia director in september of 2011. >> obviously, this hurts general petraeus, but even hurts the country more. he's a man of extraordinary talent, extraordinary dedication, extraordinarily hard working. he would give his briefings, never turned to his aides for any assistance. he was there. he knew it inside-out. he was a 24/7. >> petraeus was scheduled to testify next week during key congressional hearings about the benghazi terror attack. michael morel will testify in his behalf. >> the investigation began, determine whrg it posed a security risk. petraeus was not accused of any wrongdoing. the concern was more that he could be potentially blackmailed or put into a vulnerable spot. there is already speculation about who is going to replace david petraeus as head of the cia. one of the names being thrown around right now is former southern california
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congresswoman jane harman. harman is a democrat who was a ranking member on the house intelligence committee. she resigned from her post in congress last year to become head of the woodrow wilson center for scholars. people are now returning to the jersey shore, nearly two weeks after sandy hit. those who used to live in the hardest-hit areas got to go back home for the first time yesterday. they were taken by bus to their former homes in seaside heights, where they had one hour to pack what they could. some of them said they were not prepared for what they saw. >> you have a list and you're prepared to get what you want, but, you know, you spend like 15 minutes -- it's devastating, trying to look what's on the floor. >> at the main staging center in toms river, new jersey, a company has been making restore the shore t-shirts to raise money for schools and shelters. more buses will take people into the disaster zone each day through tuesday. the white house says barack obama will travel to new york next week to view how far
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recovery efforts have come so far. coming up at 9:15, just how much the damage could cost the state of new york and how people are coping with what they have lost. . good morning to you. a good-looking start to the day. a cool start to the day. live look at san jose, where a few clouds have formed out there. still a little unstable weather. we are tracking that this morning. for the most part, we're mainly dry and we are on our way to a cool, sunny afternoon. the satellite and radar here, let me show you what i mean. we're on the back side of the system here. you can see how the rain continues to run parallel to the coastline. we are still watching showers over the sierra, but here at home, we are mostly clear. this will continue to push to the east. this is a look at the satellite and radar in the last hour. you can see little bits of moisture popping up. again, most of this, just a few clouds moving through. we're not really seeing this hit the ground, but i guess we'll leave in the outside chance of maybe a light sprinkle. for the most part, we're in great shape, with mostly clear
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skies, cool weather this morning. i want to take you to the sierra, though, because the rain/snow line, down to about 2500 feet, still at this hour. if you're headed that way for your weekend, be prepared with the chains and the snow tires. we'll be drying out over the sierra later today, with little to no accumulation expected. here at home, we're starting out cold. that will be the case for tomorrow morning as well. temperatures running below average by several degrees. northwest winds will pick up this afternoon, 5 to 15 miles per hour expected. right now, 49 degrees in concord, 49 in fairfield. 46 in napa. parts of the north bay valley locations finally warming up just a bit. 39 in santa rosa. santa rosa had dropped to 30 degrees earlier this morning, even a frost advisory for the valley early this morning over the north bay by the national weather service. that no longer with us. 53 in hayward, 53 in mountain view, 50 degrees in san jose. so the numbers finally begin to turn around and it feels a little better out there in most cases. afternoon highs for today, upper 50s, low 60s. 57 in movado, 58 for sausalito.
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it's going to feel a lot like yesterday. you're in the sunshine, feel pretty good. in the shade, feels rather cool. 62 for danville, 68 in hayward. down to the south bay, 61 for san jose, 61 cupertino. palo alto, 61. 61 for stanford. 61 redwood city. 69 for san mateo. the extended forecast here, another cold start expected tomorrow morning. afternoon highs slightly warmer. a ridge of high pressure will build in for the next few days. by monday, partly cloudy skies, temperatures rebounding into the mid-60s. tuesday, wednesday, another storm brings us the possibility of rain. i'll show you the likelihood of that with the future cast model, coming up. well, there could finally be relief at the pump for thousands of people on the east coast. how the victims of superstorm sandy are dealing with a gas shortage and why they say a new plan is actually paying off. >> plus, thousands of registered nurses are planning to walk off the job next week. how it could impact your visit to the doctor and which
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hospitals will be affected. >> but first, let's give you a live look at 880 near the oakland coliseum. as you can see, traffic is moving along just fine. chp told us that southbound brokaw road, there's tire debris in the right-hand shoulder. that seems to have people driving around it a little bit. otherwise, things are looking good across the bay area. it is 9:12, and this is mornings on 2.
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. good morning, sunshine! giving you a live look from san francisco, over the bay. in san francisco, mostly sunny, 50 degrees. a bay area highway patrol officer recently killed in the line of duty was remembered in a special evening. the contra costa peace officers alliance held a night of drinks and dinner and dancing, in honor of officer kenyon youngstrom, shot during a traffic stop on september 4th. his widow said last night's event warmed her heart. >> just overwhelmed with how much people have shown their love and support for us. it's really just beautiful. >> i think my husband would be truly touched by it all. i think he would be very happy to see the community he loved serving so much has reached out to us in this way. >> 90 people signed on for the $50 a plate fund-raiser at the wedge wood wedding and banquet
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center in san ramon. all the money raised will go to karen youngstrom and her four children. police in colorado say a fellow officer mistakenly shot and killed another officer. officer james davies was shot and killed in lakewood while responding to calls about a prowler early friday morning. police say davies was wearing a uniform and a protective vest when he was killed. there were several officers on that scene, which police described as chaotic. >> officer davies was in one yard. i believe the backyard of that house. there were other officers on the other sides of the fence, and he was mistaken. he was seen and mistaken for an assailant, with a gun. >> the officer who shot officer davies is reportedly having, understandly, a difficult time with what happened. officer davies was a six-year veteran of that department and leaves behind a wife and two young children. the statue of liberty is
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glowing for the first time since it was damaged by superstorm sandy. lady liberty was set to open to the public again on its birthday, but was shut down after it was damaged by the storm, which hit new york october 29th. officials say there is no estimate on when the statue of liberty will reopen to visitors again. gas rationing in new york city and long island seems to be working. lines at gas stations are shorter and people do not appear to be as frustrated. drivers with license plates ending in odd and even numbers are alternating days they can fill up. gas industry officials say many supply terminals remain shut down or limited, following sandy. and aaa says drivers are filling up more often because they are afraid that gas won't be available. president obama will travel to new york next week to see how superstorm sandy recovery efforts are coming along. he will meet with storm victims and first responders on thursday. new york officials say the damage from sandy in their state could total $33 billion. a turlock woman who posted
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inflammatory comments against the president insists she's not a racist. after tuesday's election, 22-year-old denise helms posted on her facebook page a racial slur and the words "maybe he will get assassinated this term." while she deleted that message, helms later posted that she was simply stating her opinion. cold stone creamery has fired her. her case has also been turned over to the secret service. well, now that the elections are over, the president's healthcare law will be a main topic of discussion between democrats and republicans. the gop had hoped to repeal the 2010 affordable care act, but with president obama's re-election, both parties now say it is time to fine tune the policy. areas they will be looking at include stabilizing healthcare costs, emphasizing preventive medicine and how to make it easier for consumers to find affordable plans. more than 40 million americans either don't have health insurance or they don't have enough. thousands of registered bay area nurses are planning to strike again next week. it includes nurses at eight
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sutter health hospitals in the bay area and two hospitals affiliated with the hospital corporation of america. both groups plan to walk out tuesday, with the sutter nurses continuing to strike on wednesday. the unions say the nurses are upset about patient care conditions and contract disputes. american airlines has a tentative deal with its pilots. the agreement still has to go up for a vote, but it could ultimately pave the way for the airline to get out of bankruptcy. american's parent company filed for chapter 11 protection one year ago. safeway plans to hire more military veterans next year. the company already hired 1300 vets this year so far, part of a long-standing policy by its foundation to support the u.s. military. there is an additional 41-week long program to train and place vets in top leadership positions in safeway. well, a sacramento man set to lose his job next year is also celebrating a big change in his luck. michael rule matched five numbers in the october 30th mega millions drawing and he just claimed that prize last week. there he is, smiling with the
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big check. that check is worth more than $250,000. now, rule works at the campbell's soup plant in sacramento, which is scheduled to close next year. he says he'll use the money to pay off his bills and he will invest the rest. well, a prank at a sorority house at davis goes horribly wrong. >> pretty upsetting to me. i don't know why someone would do that. >> how it involves hundreds of goldfish and why the police are now involved. >> mostly sunny, cool weather in the forecast for your weekend. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your area. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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. usc has received one of the largest gifts in the history of american dance, the exact amount of that award hasn't been announced, but it was given to the university to help develop that new school of dance, marking the first new school established through an endowment at usc in 40 years. well, a uc davis sorority thinks a college prank got way
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out of hand. someone dumped 200 dead fish on the front lawn of the alpha phi sorority house earlier this week, then also dumped trash, cut brake lines of bikes and rum imagined through unlocked cars. >> pretty upsetting to me. i don't know why someone would do that. >> definitely cruelty to animals at the very least. i remember a while back, students were prosecuted in woodland for pulling out a bunch of catfish at the high school. that's just as senseless. >> a few other sororities were also vandalized. campus police now working with the davis police department to try to track down the people responsible. a pair of orphaned baby river otters rescued from the wild are free again. the two were released into smith creek, an arm of lake sonoma. last spring, one was rescued in petaluma, the other in a creek. the two were reunited at a sonoma county rescue. after a few months of guidance and care, it was time for this pair to journey out together for the very first time.
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>> the best thing about wildlife rehab is you work with these animals, see them when they are hurt, orphaned, or scared. then you get to take them out to a gorgeous place like this on a day like today and let them go. and it's stunning. it's amazing. >> the nonprofit sonoma county wildlife rescue and san rafael-based wild care, both took part in the release. time now, 9:24. and we've been talking about it all morning, how cold it is, the snow in the sierra. sunny, though. if you bundle up, could be a fantastic day, i think. >> maybe you're going to the ice rink in san francisco, going to do some of that. maybe you're headed to stanford for the big game, tailgating party this morning. dress for the cold. low 50s at this hour, but warming up steadily as we get into the afternoon. low 60s expected at stanford for the afternoon. 61 at redwood city for today, 62 in hayward. upper 50s for san francisco. oakland, upper 50s to low 60s. napa, santa rosa, concord, 61. 61 in fairfield.
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fast forwarding us into monday, take a look at that. we do have a new system approaching the northwest corner of california. but watch as it moves through. it sort of fizzles apart, dances around. we still have rain out in the pacific as of thursday morning. we will remain a little unsettled. looks like thursday afternoon may be our best shot. we'll be tracking the next round of rain coming our way. at this moment, we'll leave in a chance for tuesday and wednesday, since we're a few days out still. for the weekend, cold start to the mornings. afternoon highs, below normal. upper 50s, low 60s. monday will be the warmest day. partly cloudy skies, mid-60s in the forecast for your afternoon. back to you. well, the little elves behind toys for tots in santa cruz county need a place to store this year's christmas toys. santa cruz sentinel reports the program is looking for a warehouse where it can keep toys and bikes. toys for tots needs about 7000 square feet of space. anyone who can help is asked to visit santa cruz county.toys for
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tots.org. time now, 9:26. a unique event is happening on the san francisco bay today. how you can see more than 30 teams test their home made flying machines in mccove cove. >> instead of raising rates and accepting the damage it will do on our economy, let's start to solve the problem. >> how republicans and democrats plan to put their differences aside, with one common goal in mind. @(
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. a big drop in temperatures has caught many people in the bay area by surprise. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, november 10th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. here is a look at top stories we're following this morning. be prepared for chilly temperatures, if you are getting ready to head outside. some homeless advocates worry that people living on bay area streets will fall ill this weekend, due to the cold weather. last night, volunteers passed out blankets at homeless encampments near happy hollow park in san jose. the snow continues to fall in the sierra this morning. chains are required on several highways in the reno and tahoe area. boreal ski resort announced its opening this afternoon because of all the new powder. and police are looking for the person who they say killed a teenager in east oakland last night. witnesses say a car pulled up next to the victim's vehicle on parolee court. police say the gunman got out
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and fired several shots into the car. there is a manhunt under way for a san jose man wanted for murder. investigators say troy nesenza was on the run in a 2006 silverado. neighbors told us the man was married to a woman who matches the description of the woman killed on evangeline drive yesterday morning. police say a 911 call was made from that house just after 5:30, but officers didn't get there until about 7:00 because they were dealing with life threatening situations at the scene of some car crashes. >> those are higher priority calls. and in the initial 911 call, there was nothing said and no answer on callback. >> police also say they did receive two nonemergency calls reporting a disturbance at that same house two days before the homicide. but they say someone called back to cancel the police. police are still investigating the calls. well, a new statistics suggests antioch is becoming a more dangerous place to live. records show violent and
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property crimes are up 44%, but arrests are down 17% from a year ago. antioch's police chief tells ktvu the department just doesn't have money to hire more officers. he says the average response time for a priority call is about 11 minutes. >> i think the community realizes what's going on in antioch, but they don't know what to do about it. they feel helpless. they feel frustrated. and i think it's time for our community to launch a campaign against it. >> antioch police have arrested two people in connection to a homicide thursday night. even so, frustrated and concerned residents have begun circulating online petitions to allow citizens to openly carry loaded handguns. san francisco police have arrested a third man for vandalizing a muni bus the night the giants won the world series. the suspect is 24-year-old adam diaz. he's an oakland resident. police say this is diaz. a photograph showing him using a skateboard to break windows on that bus. diaz and two others are now
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charged with vandalizing and torching the muni bus. police credit the public with helping to identify and track all the suspects down. a jury in san francisco reached a verdict in a trial of a man accused of several violent attacks. 32-year-old frederick dozier is accused of sexually assaulting three women last year along 24th street, but he won't hear that verdict until tuesday after the holiday weekend. prosecutors presented both dna evidence and an alleged recorded confession during his trial. dozier was also charged with attempted murder, robbery, and kidnapping. he faces life in prison, if convicted of all counts. the department of corrections and rehabilitation plans to begin a massive review next week that could drop the arrest warrants for thousands of parole violators in the state. it comes at a time when the state is trying to ease crowding at state and county jails. the plan would involve people who are convicted of nonviolent crimes. sex offenders would be excluded from the reviews. a free seminar is scheduled
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in san francisco today for people who may qualify for deferred action. that event begins at 10:00 this morning at the golden gate university school of law on mission street. back in june, president obama ordered the federal government to delay action against young adults who came to the u.s. when they were children. it's estimated that more than 200,000 have submitted applications. today's event includes legal consultations and application assistance. well, this morning, both political parties are claiming they are willing to work with the other to avert the fiscal cliff. >> on tuesday, you said loud and clear that you won't tolerate dysfunction or politicians who seek compromise as a dirty word. now, when so many of your families are still struggling. >> in this morning's weekly assess, president obama said he hopes to build consensus next week during a white house meeting with leaders of both parties. the president wants congress to extend middle class tax cuts, but says any agreement on deficit reduction must also
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include tax increases for the wealthy. >> instead of raising tax rates on the american people and accepting the damage it will do to our economy, let's start to actually solve the problem. let's focus on tax reform, close the special interest loopholes and lowers tax rates. >> house speaker john boehner gave the republican address this morning, saying shoring up entitlements and reforming the tax code will lead to more jobs and a stronger economy. both sides agree another recession will hit if the nation falls over this so-called fiscal cliff, which is a combination of automatic spending cuts and tax rate increases that are scheduled to kick in at the start of next year. thousands of customers are still without power nearly two weeks after sandy hit, and now their utility might raise their rates. the ceo of con edison has said he is very sorry that some people have gone 12 days without power, but his company plans to hike utility rates for gas,
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steam, and electricity anyway. many are questioning the timing of such an increase. >> it seems crazy. i know they are probably dealing with an antiquated infrastructure, but i mean, shouldn't they have thought about this maybe down the road a little bit? >> i think it's outrageous, considering what people have gone through. >> if the public service commission approves the rate hike this month, it would go into effect next october. well, the occupy movement started as a protest, but now it is being used to help those affected by sandy. volunteers with occupy sandy are sorting the donations, filling the church of st. luke and st. matthew in brooklyn. occupy wall street jump started the grassroots effort to help storm victims, mobilized through social media. >> twitter is our native language. as the tragedy was unfolding, we communicated with each other as things were going on and each person stepped up in the way they could help. >> occupy sandy is using the church as their main distribution center and phone bank.
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they post the supplies they need online and send volunteers to nearby neighborhoods. any people in neighborhoods like rockaway and red oak still don't have heat or electricity and feel as though they have been abandoned amid the devastation. well, more pieces are turning up of an oracle catamaran ha crashed near the golden gate in october. remnants have been watching up on marin county beaches. some pieces are as large as 3 feet long. an $8 cleanup drives have been being held and pieces might be used to build another yacht. today, more than 30 teams will test their home made flying machines over and into mccove cove for the 10th anniversary of the red bull flugtag, starting at 1:00. contestants will launch their contraptions off a 30-foot high flight deck.
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flug takingflugtag in german means "flying day." it is a lot of fun to watch. good morning to you. unseasonably cool weather has settled into the bay area for your weekend. a live look over the south bay, where the last bit of moisture continues to bring us clouds from time to time. this will pass through the morning hours, but i would be a little remisce if we don't that out. more on the satellite radar in just a moment. the bigger story for most of us, just how chilly it is out there, although we are seeing a nice rebound in some areas. 50 degrees in oakland right now. 50, san francisco. 46 in napa. this is a huge improvement for you. we sink back into the low 30s in napa earlier this morning. santa rosa, 39 degrees. should be in the 40s in the next half hour. san jose, partly cloudy, 50 degrees right now. winds are generally light out there, very calm. mostly clear, setting the stage for that cool, cool weather to settle in in the overnight hours. take a look at the satellite and radar.
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we're on the back side of this system. you can see a few scattered showers here skirting the coastline. we have snow over the sierra, continuing to push to the east. but from time to time, it brings us that unstable weather, brings us, again, a few clouds moving through. you can see little bits of moisture popping up now and again. i was watching milpitas a moment ago, where we had a light cell here. mostly cloudy skies passing through milpitas in some areas. it continues off to the east. and you can see, again that, cell has now vanished. also watching a few showers over mt. hamilton. been watching a rain/snow mix fall over the higher elevations. i checked the skycam over mt. hamilton, but can't see anything. it's mostly cloudy. into the sierra, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies and the rain/snow mix continuing into the foothills. sierra snow for today, little accumulation expected, but a few scattered showers will make it a tricky ride up the hill. here at home, cold mornings for your saturday. sunday, going to see a repeat.
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below normal temperatures, upper 50s, low 60s for the afternoon, northwesterly breeze 5 to 15. could be a little cool if that breeze picks up in your neighborhood. 57 for movado this afternoon. 58 in petaluma. upper 50s along the east bayshore line. low 60s for danville, pleasanton, into the south bay, partly cloudy, mostly sunny. along the peninsula, 61 in redwood city. 57 in san francisco. the extended forecast, again, we'll see a repeat tomorrow morning with cold conditions, perhaps a frost advisory. for some of our valley spots. upper 50s, low 60s in the afternoon. mostly sunny skies, slightly warmer into monday. then we're watching the possibility of some rain coming our way tuesday and wednesday. back to you. well, san francisco stands to generate millions of dollars a year if the owners of the warriors build the arena they want in the city. a new report by a board of supervisors budget analyst calls the plan fiscally feasible.
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the city would get $54 million in one-time revenue and up to $19 million a year if the arena holds events more than half of the year. that arena, if given the green light, could be built on piers 30 and 32 within the next five years. well, the warriors will host the denver nuggets tonight, one day after dropping one to the lakers. the game tipped off just hours after the lakers fired their head coach mike brown. kobe bryant had 27 points to lead l.a. in their 101-77 rout. currie scored 18 for the warriors. as for the lakers coaching vacancy, the team is interested in former coach phil jackson, who retired after the 2010-2011 season. okay. today marks the regular season home finale for the stanford cardinal football team, and they host number 13 oregon state at stanford stadium. pregame ceremonies will feature a salute to veterans and current members of the military. you can see that game right here on ktvu channel 2 at noon. cal's home finale is also
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today. bears host the ap's number 2 in the nation, oregon. cal is the 28-point underdog against the undefeated ducks. kickoff is at 7:30 tonight. the window for the mavericks' big wave surfing contest is now open. surfers came from around the world to the san mateo coast, holding a special prayer circle out in the water yesterday as part of the opening ceremonies. when the contest is eventually called, surfers will have 24 hours to get out to pillar point and surf those waves as possibly as big as 50 feet. >> that's the one thing that's unpredictable in oceans. we always hope and pray we get a good season. >> the contest has not been held for the past two years because the conditions just weren't right. organizers say they expect big waves to hit the shoreline by the end of the year. well, changes are coming to the happiest place on earth. why officials are cracking down on people who buy those multiday tickets and why you'll now have to carry your id around the
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park. >> reporter: utility workers in palo alto are still working to fix two broken water mains in the residential neighborhood. what they think may have caused the problem overnight. >> and a live look outside right now. there is the sunol grade. been a pretty quiet morning traffic wise around the bay area on this saturday. let's hope it stays that way. 9:42. you're watching mornings on 2.
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♪ because we know how much you do to make the holidays just right. from ornaments to ottomans, memories are made with ikea. . good morning to you. three hours since the sunrise. bird's eye view over the inland east bay hills, temperatures holding in the 40s to low 50s. time now, 9:45. let's recap some of our top stories for you this morning. a new occupy encampment has popped up on the uc berkeley
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tents yesterday, a year after campus police broke up an encampment set up to protest tuition hikes. president obama accepted the resignation of cia director david petraeus after the retired four-star general admitted to an extra marital affair. his affair with his biographer, paula broadwell, was revealed in the course of an fbi investigation. the cold weather is suspected to have caused two water mains to burst overnight in palo alto. water flowed through the streets and seeped into at least one house. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in the neighborhood where crews are repairing the first broken line. allie? >> reporter: well, palo alto utility workers have made a lot of progress in fixing this problem. they opened up a 5-foot deep hole in the middle of the street so they could take out the broken water main, one of the two broken water mains, and here it is. they have got it removed, an 8-inch wide main. you can see this huge gaping hole in the middle. now, the supervisor here says he suspects that what caused this was some of the cold
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temperatures overnight. the pipes just burst. you can see there's a crack going all the way down to the other end. now, let's show you a close-up look at this pipe when it was still in the ground and still gushing water. it started around 2:45 this morning. again, utility workers suspect that freezing temperatures may have caused this problem and there were two mains that actually broke. one on either side of newell street. now, at least one family in the neighborhood had flood damage in their home when the gushing water poured in through a side wall. they had to call in a specialist to help clean up the mess. the owners of that home are out of town on a cruise. their adult kids have no way to get in contact with them to even tell them what happened. >> once they hear about it, i think they are going to try to blame one of us! still waiting to speak with the people who are running the whole operation over here, and hopefully can find out more information than just seeing a house that has been soaked with water. >> reporter: until utility workers get both broken water
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wipes completely replaced, people in this neighborhood between newell and walnut may or may not have water service. it may be intermittent while they try to get this problem resolved. back out here live, you can see they have two of the utility workers in the ground, working to replace that broken pipe we showed you with a brand-new pipe and the one they will replace it with is actually sitting off to our right. it's a plastic-looking blue pipe. that's what they will put underground. they said they no longer use cast iron pipes like the one that broke, in order to prevent this sort of thing from happening when there are cold temperatures and freezing temperatures overnitrogen. live in palo alto, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. a group of protesters planned a rally today against local police. demonstrators accuse officers of excessive force. protesters cite the issue of a high school student in may. they say an african american is killed by law enforcement in the u.s. every 36 hours.
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today's event will be held at noon at oakland's frank ogawa plaza. napa valley college is airing -- officers say they fired on the man because he had a loaded gun. many of friends and family do not believe the police. the documentary made by the victim's friend will be aired next wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the mccarthy library. full sum police are trying to figure out whether a problem with an accelerator caused a teenager driver to crash into a home last night. the teen was going at least 80 miles per hour right before impact, according to neighbors. her mercedes benz traveled 15 to 20 feet into the house, damaging parts of the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. her uncle says he blames the accident on the accelerator getting stuck. the family living in that home was out to dinner at the time. a search warrant led emeryville police to a quarter million dollar marijuana stash. the department sent us this photo of boxes on boxes of
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marijuana from the bust, 400 pounds of it. detectives found the drugs thursday morning while serving a search warrant. they did not find anyone there and are still searching for those responsible. the city of san francisco is preparing to help and provide and pay for sex change operations for the uninsured. the city is going to spend the next several months setting up the qualifications for eight potential patients. then it must line up providers to perform those procedures. people who live in dispran have different opinions on whether the city should pay for sexual reassignment surgery. >> this is more of a choice. i think it should be spent more on other more pressing health matters. >> it's really helped me to find a way to improve my quality of life and sometimes it's really a matter of life and death. >> the city already provides primary care, mental health services and hormone therapy for those who qualify. surgeries could be added about a year from now. if you're planning a trip to
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disneyland any time soon, get ready for tighter restriction whrs it comes to your ticket. disneyland and disney california adventure are cracking down on visitors who rent their tickets. people who now buy four or five-day passes will now have their name included on the ticket and will be required to show their id's. right now, a single-day ticket for both parks is $125, but off-site businesses have been renting unused days on multiday tickets for about $90 a day. well, it is time for our ticket saturday. today, you could have a chance of winning tickets to see the international auto show in fran. the event is coming to the mosconey center on november 26th, featuring more than 800 cars from around the world. for your chance to win, go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word "accelerator." there it is on the screen. just crossing the ap wire right now, we now know who won
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florida in the presidential election. we'll tell you about it, coming up in a bit. >> plus, there is a new type of therapy for bay area veterans. [ cheers & applause ] >> how dolphins are helping vets cope with the stress of combat. >> mostly clear, cool weather in store for your saturday afternoon. we'll have a look at what you can expect coming up.
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. we're following breaking news just into our newsroom. the ap is now reporting that president obama has won the state of florida, topping mitt romney's final electoral vote to a tally, on your screen, 332 to 206. the president won by a margin of 74,000 votes in florida. well, chrysler has announced it's recalling nearly 920,000 suvs, after concerns that air bags could inflate while people
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are driving. the recall affects 2002 through 2004 jeep grand cherokee and '02 and '03 liberties. investigators say last year, air bags randomly went off 215 times, causing about 80 minor injuries. chrysler plans to install an electrical filter for free to fix the problem. well, it was a new type of therapy for bay area veterans. swimming with dolphins. cheers here's. >> t pathway home for veterans organized the trip to six flags discovery kingdom yesterday. vets say being in the water with the dolphins helps them cope with the emotional stress of combat. >> this type of environment that's a positive environment, where everyone's smiling and having fun, it just helps out so much. and it fills so many holes we have in ourselves. >> pathway homes says the event is a big success and they are already talking about doing it again. there are a lot of events being held this veterans day weekend.
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the rotc program at the university of san francisco is hosting a fun run right now. it's a 4-mile run or walk around lake merced out in the city's southwest part of town. the run raises money for the rotc and awareness for veterans issues. there's also a veterans event on the uss hornet in alameda today. it's a tribute to astronaut neil armstrong, the first man on the moon who died this past august. armstrong was a naval officer who flew during the korean war. the event is set to start at 1:00 p.m. well, before we go, we want to congratulate a colleague who broke barriers in bay area journalism. >> hello. i'm belva davis and welcome to this week in northern california. >> last night, belva davis hosted her final show on kque. the 80-year-old davis is the first african american television reporter on the west coast. >> i thought, now, how have i
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made it all these years? i have no college degree, no real experience when i came in, and how did i make it? i realize it was because of friends. >> davis is married. she retired channel 2 photographer bill moore and has received numerous awards and has written a book about her life in journalism. she doesn't know what lies ahead, but says her fire is still burning and she'll probably find a cause to promote. >> congratulations to belva. time now, 9:56. let's head over to rosemary for one last check of this saturday forecast. >> good morning to you. mostly sunny skies, temperatures finally warming up. into the 9:00 hour, 40s over parts of the north bay valleys. inland east bay valleys as well. 50s along the peninsula. by 10:00, feeling better, widespread 50s, a few 40s still hanging on over our north bay valley locations. then in time for the lunch hour, mostly sunny skies, low to mid-50s in the forecast, afternoon highs today. 60 degrees for fremont, 61
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redwood city. san francisco, 57 for you. 62 for livermore, as well as antioch. the extended forecast showing you with the weekend in view, it will be a cold start. tomorrow morning, we'll wake up and do it again. into the afternoon, slightly warmer. a ridge of high pressure builds in temporarily. monday looks to be the warmest day. another storm heads our way by tuesday, wednesday, maybe thursday. >> slight chance, big chance? >> tuesday, wednesday at this point, a slight chance. thursday, may be our better bet. thanks, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. thank you for trusting tktvu channel 2news. >> join us for our next newscast following a full day of college football. and we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. have a great day.
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